Jose Parajua,

Sustainable Fisheries Partnership

José Parajuá is the Fisheries Director of the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership and its tuna sector lead. He is a marine biologist and has an internationally recognized background leading organizations, institutions and entrepreneurial associations, as well as programmes and projects related to marine resources conservation and environment sustainability, food security, sustainable food supply schemes and mechanisms, communities’ development and livelihoods improvement, in different regions. He has 26 years of experience in marine resources and coastal communities development including work for United Nations - FAO - and the European Union. José has worked and lived in South America, Africa, Europe, and Asia.